An increasing number of migrants from the Mediterranean area to Denmark presents a fundamental problem for the greater Danish community. Currently, finding asylum in Denmark takes refugees anywhere from two to twelve months. During that time they have very limited options for housing.
This development provides housing for such individuals in the Nørrebro neighborhood of Copenhagen. The lot is narrow and deep, but faces southeast for optimal sun exposure. 30 sleeping areas are provided for men, and 18 for women, all across 1,000 square meters. A soup kitchen, dining area, and other communal spaces complete the space to provide a safe and comforting atmosphere. Residents can enjoy varying levels of privacy while remaining a part of the community.
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